About Ritama

Ritama is the owner of Ritama WordPress Web Development & Design in Seattle, WA.

Client on GMA! William Powers – superstar!

My client William Powers was on Good Morning America yesterday - they were doing a segment on"disconnected families" - people who spend a bit too much time with their faces in their laptops or smart phones, etc...and have forgotten that there are, indeed, other people at the breakfast table. Bill talked about his new book [...]

2017-04-18T10:17:16+00:00 By |New Websites!|Comments Off on Client on GMA! William Powers – superstar!

William Powers Goes Live!

William Powers is the author of Hamlet's BlackBerry, a book about building a good life in the digital age. This was a really fun job and it's been exciting to see our client's career take off like a rocket! Pam and I created a clean crisp site for William. Of course we used WordPress! We've [...]

2017-04-18T10:17:17+00:00 By |New Websites!|Comments Off on William Powers Goes Live!

Why an "off-site" file back-up is important

I have 2 TB's (that's 2,000 GB's) of external hard drive storage AND I have a virtual off-site storage as well. Sounds like I have OCD Backup? No, really it's because even if  you have your files backed up on an external hard drive (which, at the very least you should) they could still be [...]

2017-09-16T16:02:27+00:00 By |Back up|Comments Off on Why an "off-site" file back-up is important

How the Web Was Won – Internet History

"I heard about this thing called the Internet. I thought, That sounds kind of interesting. The first thing I did is I actually picked up the phone and dialed 411, and I said, I’d like the number for the Internet, please. And the operator is like, What?" ~ Sky Dayton (Sky Dayton later founded EarthLink, [...]

2018-07-05T15:54:43+00:00 By |Internet Education|Comments Off on How the Web Was Won – Internet History

WordCamp San Francisco Observations

I flew down to San Francisco at the end of May and went to WordCamp San Francisco with my brother Chris. Chris works for a gigantoramous tech company and was interested in finding out what WordPress was all about. It was great to go with him, just made the event all the more better, and [...]

2017-04-18T10:17:17+00:00 By |WordPress|Comments Off on WordCamp San Francisco Observations